Pirate Birthday.

I drew inspiration from lots of cakes on here, so a big "Thank you!" to everyone. I prepared the board with royal icing to make the water and then sprayed it with aerosol cake color spray. Then I added the island, which is an 8 in round and a half ball carved out. It was iced in BC and covered in nilla wafer crumbs. The ship was carved out of a loaf pan and covered in fondant "wood". The treasure chest was made from a mini-loaf pan and covered in fondant. This one was really fun!

Comments

mscorliss Says... 8 years ago

IT IS GREAT!!!!!!

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 8 years ago

Well not only did you have fun creating this, but you created a treasure (literally and figuratively). Beautiful cake and I'm sure the birthday boy and his family were thrilled.

tcturtleshell Says... 8 years ago

Amazing cake!! You did a fantastic job!! Thanks for giving directions too, outstanding!!

Ishi Says... 8 years ago

I forgot to mention that the pirates were added to the cake at the party. They really finished off the cake.

Nads8870705 Says... 8 years ago

This cake is absolutely perfect! My son saw it today and says he absolutely has to have it for his birthday!

tcturtleshell Says... 8 years ago

Amazing cake!! You did a fantastic job!! Thanks for giving directions too, outstanding!!

Ishi Says... 8 years ago

I forgot to mention that the pirates were added to the cake at the party. They really finished off the cake.

mscorliss Says... 8 years ago

IT IS GREAT!!!!!!

Sugar_Plum_Fairy Says... 8 years ago

Well not only did you have fun creating this, but you created a treasure (literally and figuratively). Beautiful cake and I'm sure the birthday boy and his family were thrilled.

Nads8870705 Says... 8 years ago

This cake is absolutely perfect! My son saw it today and says he absolutely has to have it for his birthday!


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